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journey across a, i've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> ladies and gentlemen, start your engines. it's estimated 92 million americans are almost a third of the u.s. population are taking to the roads and skies during the end of the year holidays. many coming home from grandma's this weekend. and for those of us traveling, a bit of reassuring news today that so far 2011 has shaped up to be one of the safest ever for flyers, a record-low number of accident-related deaths according to one aviation consulting firm. still, most are choosing not to fly and they drive instead. aaa estimates 91% of holiday travelers are driving, up 2% over last year, while the number taking to the skies isç down nearly 10%. and can you blame them? with higher airfares and security being such a pain, no wonder americans are staying grounded
capitalism? if you allow a bank to sell $700 trillion, that's a "texas," of idle credit speculation with no collateral, no money, have you not corrupted the morality of capitalism? is it the morality of capitalism capital? >> you have to put yourself in the game. you have to put skin in the game. and the problem is, i hear my grandfather saying this in my own mind, we learned this once before. why do you think glass-steagall put a wall between commercial banking and personal banking? when that wall was taken down, the whole framework fell apart, and here we are, right back where he was in the great depression. >> and the 1920s was an ise
was talking to my evangelical christian sister, who i love dearly, who loves in texas, and i was telling her about what i was doing and about the issue, and she was completely on board. and i think that people -- americans across the political spectrum agree that it is the citizens of the country who should be determining the laws. and as we become a more participatory democracy, and as our government actually reflects our will, then i think that the view offer government will become a much more positive thing. but we have the ability -- it's our right, as citizens, to pass laws. the trouble with this corporate personhood is that corporations claim these constitutional rights to overturn our democratically enacted laws and thwart ourwill. so -- and that's why it's also so important that i feel that it's not just focusing on citizens united, which is the most recent and blatant example of this, but there are other constitutional rights that corporations have claimed for themselves that have very serious implications for the environment, for worker safety, and for rights of communities to prot
. we were very, very, very pleased with the response we got. i got more hugs from guys from texas than i could ever imagine, and really, the response has just been phenomenal. we're getting calls every day now. more and more suppliers are joining our site. we're proud to have a platform for all manufacturers in the u.s. to provide their products. >> and this is an entrepreneurial idea on your part, is that correct? in other words, you're saying, we're going to consolidate and make it easier for dylan ratigan or anybody else in this country to go to this one place where we can see in categories apparel, furniture, whatever it might be, and then you work with the suppliers to drive traffic to them, is that the business model? >> that's exactly right. you make the purchase off of our site and then we, you know, we share the profits with the supplier, where the vast majority goes to them. >> you just commission the sale, effectively, for consolidating this thing, i presume. >> exactly. even with free money to find american-made products. we want to give the opportunity for all consumers to
across america, in a great tasting gummy. i've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. because for every two pounds you lose through diet and exercise, alli can help you lose one more by blocking some of the fat you eat. let's fight fat with alli. ♪ we get double miles on every purchase. so we earned a holiday trip to the big apple twice as fast! dinner! [ garth ] we get double miles every time we use our card. and since double miles add up fast, we can bring the whole gang! it's hard to beat double miles! i want a mace, a sword, a... oww! [ male announcer ] get the venture card from capital one and earn double miles on every purchase, every day. go to capitalone.com. i wonder what it could be?! what's in your wallet? >>> well, we've already spent a portion of the show talking about the impact of money and the conflicting intere
. other than dismissively saying he disavows the comments, the texas congressman has been relatively silent on the issue of race. and this follows a pattern we've seen all year. whenever racial controversies flare up, deny, disavow, or dispute as quickly as possible and then pretend the matter is behind you. governor rick perry employed this tactic when he tripped over that hunting ranch with the racist name that his family leeds in the 1980s. governor haley barbour of mississippi tlooeds recognized he had a race problem during his exploratory phase earlier this year. he floated the idea of giving a speech on race after revealing a blind spot as big as the confederate flag. but it is believed that barbour pulled the plug on a possible campaign because he couldn't figure out how to deliver such an address without hurting himself politically. and then there's herman cain, who used race as a hammer against his critics. those who dared criticize him for anything were stuck on the, quote, democrat plantation, or fearful of, quote, an accomplished, articulate, optimistic black man, or any
the great plains to the texas panhandle, millions of us are dealing with a pre-winter wallop from mother nature. meanwhile, in washington westbound d.c., our very own bought and paid for congress is freezing this entire country out in a place so dysfunctional, very little they do these days surprises us. washington actually managed to surprise us. they did not vote down the senate's payroll tax plan, but, instead, outright refused to acknowledge its existence and consider it at all. so, it's t-minus 11 days and here's what we've got. >> let's be clear. right now the bipartisan compromise that was reached on saturday is the only viable way to prevent a tax hike on january 1st. it's the only one. >> the next up is clear. i think president obama needs to call on senate democrats to go back into session and move to a conference and to sit down and resolve this bill as quickly as possible. >> remember the lump of coal in november of 2012, folks. they gave it to you. >> why don't we just do it now and give the american people a real christmas present. >> so nbc's capitol hill correspondent, ke
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